Lee's Sandwiches Recalls a Bunch of Meat Because It Wasn't Inspected Correctly

RIP, this Lee's Sandwiches location that should be familiar with a bunch of you
RIP, this Lee's Sandwiches location that should be familiar with a bunch of you
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How much faith do you have in your stomach? I hope it's a lot, because Lee's Sandwiches is recalling over 200,000 pounds of meat because it wasn't inspected correctly by the USDA.

Included in the recall are sliced sandwich meats, pâtés, jerky, stuff that were sourced from USDA-inspected factories but were repackaged and sold. The food was sold at the Lee's Sandwiches across the West Coast over the past year, and no one's gotten sick yet, so, like I said, if you have faith, I maybe wouldn't worry too much.

But hey, if you're worried, go ahead and take the food back to your local Lee's.

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